Jim Tubb is an abstract painter who combines significant knowledge of abstract art history with his own methods of working. He has studied with some of Canada's most important artists, including Klunder, Kolysnick and Urquhart.
For these artist-at-work sessions he hopes to explain what abstraction is for him, and demonstrate some of the numerous ways of working on canvas. Acrylic and oilstick on canvas are his preferred materials.
Event Type(s): Art & Culture
Age Group(s): Adults
Pioneer Park Community Library